The stigma of an arnica flower which reveals the top part of the female reproductive structure, known as the carpel. It resembles a spiky tongue.

Blooming marvellous! Microscopic images reveal the beauty of flowers

The stigma of an arnica flower which reveals the top part of the female reproductive structure, known as the carpel. It resembles a spiky tongue.

Who are the polychaetes?  You are probably quite familiar with the earthworm.  It is a member of the phylum Annelida; collectively, the s...

Who are the polychaetes? You are probably quite familiar with the earthworm. It is a member of the phylum Annelida; collectively, the s...

Peony with dew drops -- I never saw a peony I didn't like. Remember that the ants are what open the flowers; don't kill them. Just shake them off.

Peony with dew drops -- I never saw a peony I didn't like. Remember that the ants are what open the flowers; don't kill them. Just shake them off.

Nature Photography - Barbara Sammons..."Sunflower Glory"

Nature Photography - Barbara Sammons..."Sunflower Glory"

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